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REPORTING · 25th August 2010
Walter McFarlane
Fishy Fishy might be no more but it has been replaced with the Reflections. The idea remains the same, the public comes out to vote for their favourite. The collection of different styles comes from across the Sacred Circle and beyond, from Kitimat, Terrace, Stewart, Hazelton, Prince Rupert and Burns Lake.

“It’s where you live work and play in the Pacific Northwest. The artists are reflecting on their environment so it is quite a diverse pieces that are hear. There are many landscapes but there is also [Seasick by Eileen Hutson],” said Museum Curator, Louise Avery.

The art comes in many different styles and focuses on many different subjects, all reflections of the environment the artists see. The public is invited to come down and vote for the peoples choice award.

In addition, there is a quilt which has been donated by the Kitimat Quilter’s Guild. All the members created a square for the quilt and it was entered in one of the Fishy Fishy exhibits. The Museum plans to raffle it off with the funds raised going towards the Quilters Guild and the Museum.
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Mask Productions
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Mask Productions
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Mask Productions
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Mask Productions
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Mask Productions
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Mask Productions
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Mask Productions
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Mask Productions